Adrian and Megan work from home. Both connect back to their own Workstation respectively via the TSPLUS RemoteWork Connection Broker with just a WEB Browser.
Then login to the office network as usual as in the office.
Both of them enjoy the same working PC interface as they are in the office. Same application, same Files and Folders in the workstation, or in server.
REQUIREMENTS ON THE “SERVER” SITE
Connection Broker System – The “Connection Broker” can be installed on any Windows system (Windows server 2008 - 2019 any edition or Windows 10 Professional in our Company Network)
The “Connection Broker” is usually installed nearby your ISP’s Router. A NAT (Network Address Translation) rule will redirect the HTTP and/or the HTTPS ports (default value is port 80/443) from the external IP to the LAN IP of your “Connection Broker”. Doing so, your “Connection Broker” is the only system exposed to Internet.
For your remote access from Internet, you will use your fix IP address to access your TSplus Remote Work Connection Broker. However, if you do not have such fix address, you can use a dynamic DNS service such as DynDNS.org or NO-IP.org
Another secure method is, use Firewall VPN, Router VPN or Software VPN (Learn more software VPN).
REQUIREMENTS ON THE “HOME OFFICE CLIENT” SITE
any Web Browser
Setup RemoteWork Connection Broker Host
Step 1 - Create another backup Administrator for this Windows (learn more)
Step 2 - Fix an IP address for this Host (learn more)
Step 3 - Download TSPLUS RemoteWork from https://dl-files.com/Setup-TSplus-RemoteWork.exe
Step 4 - Then run Setup-TSplus-RemoteWork
An installer will be downloaded to C:\Users\administrator\AppData\Local\Temp\Setup-TSplus-RemoteWork.exe
Then run this setup file to begin installation.
Oracle Java SDK will be download and install
Upon Windows is restarted, launch AdminTool for RemoteWork configuration
Step 6 - Configure TSPLUS RemoteWork Connection Broker
Step 7 - Setup RemoteWork Client on the Workstation in office
PS: the Workstation must be Windows Profession but not any Windows Home family.
open a web browser and key-in the RemoteWork host static IP address with /download
then setup the "RemoteWork Client" on the workstation that has been added on the RemoteWork host.
Home user (Adrian) are now ready to connect back to office workstation
Open a Web Browser with key in the hostname